The Coyle-Larner Brothers join Spindle

February 11th, 2020

We are delighted to announce the signing of The Coyle-Larner Brothers, siblings Ben and Ryan, with their directorial debut ‘Eugene’ for Arlo Parks.

Ben (Loyle Carner) is predominantly known for his critically acclaimed work as a musician. His involvement in his own music videos formed a natural path to directing. Originating his videos’ concepts, storyboarding ideas and collaborating throughout has produced numerous award-winning films. This multi-disciplinary approach to creative expression has taken him on a new journey behind the camera.

Making the move to direct now means he can realise his visions fully, working collaboratively alongside a creative partner who he understands inside out, his brother Ryan. Ryan grew up on the sets of Ben’s music videos, even featuring in some, which led to a passion for writing scripts and telling stories through film.

Their debut work for Arlo Parks ‘Eugene’ explores the agony, jealousy and confusion that comes to light when lines between platonic and romantic love blur, and the duo have created a delicate and honest portrayal that perfectly brings to life the tone and lyrics of the track.

Eugene is the latest single from Arlo’s new home, Transgressive Records, and is her first release of the new year following making the BBC Sound of 2020 top 10 list.

Watch ‘Eugene’ here


Spindle become a partner of Trees for Life

February 7th, 2020

Trees for Life is an amazing conservation charity working to rewild the Scottish Highlands. Their carbon offsetting service helps to restore and sustain the Caledonian Forest and has the capacity to offset over 50,000 tonnes of CO2. We have kicked off the partnership with planting our first 100 trees of the new year.

This partnership is one element of our initiative to operate with the environment at the forefront of our consciousness and to reduce the environmental impact of our work during productions and beyond.

Click here to find out more about what Trees for Life do


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